Friday, February 23, 2007

Fake Poll says Americans support Bush and Iraq War

Public Opinion Strategies, a Republican PR firm, ran a poll against a probable skewed sample where all the choices were Republican talking points. It is all the Right Media Machine can talk about. The poll, not the bias, of course.

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Anonymous said...

Well, of course it must be fake, because it fails to validate your fantasy belief that everyone agrees with you. Trash the poll and its methodology without even a shred of evidence -- it's part of the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy!

Gary said...

Follow the above link or check the original link. There is at least a 5% bias in the poll and the experts were marveling with all POS the slanting why it wasn't more.

Even with the slant - 49% say withdraw immediately or by a deadline, and 50% say stay until Iraq is stable.

A major Republican pollster also said the poll is awful. “This poll is not the quality we’ve come to expect from national polling firms,” Strategic Vision CEO David Johnson said.

Other things in the POS poll were the majority disapproval of Bush and of the GOP in Congress on Iraq. Imagine what they are in neutral polls.